Amazon union vote enters final stretch in watershed moment for labor

By Mike Spector and Jeffrey Dastin (Reuters) - The votes on whether to form a union at Amazon.com Inc's sprawling Alabama fulfillment center are set to be reviewed starting on Tuesday, with momentum for future labor organizing at America's second-largest private employer hanging in the balance. An agent from the U.S. National Labor Relations Board will sift through ballots sent to more than 5,800 workers at Amazon's Bessemer, Alabama-based warehouse as part of a prolonged process expected to last days and spark legal challenges. Tallying votes might not begin until later this week or next, aft...